The fast-growing fashion brand has reduced its environmental impact by 35% per kilogram of raw material

For Stella McCartney, founder of the eponymous fashion brand, being a responsible business involves managing the company’s supply chain in a way that does the least harm to people, animals and planet.

This touches every part of its business. “It isn’t just organic cotton – it’s organic cotton,...

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